I was wondering if anyone can help me answer a question. I am aware of the amount of money we spend on the current wars and fully support Ron Paul and his efforts to bring the troops home immediately and to the end the senseless wars but I am curious if there as any idea what affect this would have on the economy. If we stop producing weapons, bombs, planes, vehicles, and everything else the military needs is there any sense of how that would impact the economy, jobs, etc?
WASHINGTON: Encouraged by the phenomenal success of drone strikes in Afghanistan and Pakistan, the US is expanding its bases in other regions in particular Africa and Arabian Peninsula for unmanned aerial vehicles, whose precise striking capabilities have proven to be devastating for the terrorist, media reports said.
"One of the installations is being established in Ethiopia, a US ally in the fight against al-Shabab, the Somali militant group that controls much of that country," The Washington Post reported on Wednesday.
I often encounter articles seeking to support America’s worldwide military interventionism by asking non-interventionists like Dr. Paul “What would you have done about Hitler?!”
I suggest the best response is to point out that if Dr. Paul had been President instead of Woodrow Wilson, there would never
have BEEN a Hitler. I invite you to evaluate my argument, and would love to receive your comments. I'm hoping this can become a widespread and effective counter to those who would use the Hitler question as a rhetorical cudgel against Dr. Paul.
"Beginning with his service in World War II, Bennett said that his experiences as a teenager in combat forever changed his position on war."
"To start a war in Iraq was a tremendous, tremendous mistake internationally,” he said.
"In a soft-spoken voice, the singer disagreed with Stern’s premise that 9/11 terrorists’ actions led to U.S. military involvement in Iraq and Afghanistan.
“They flew the plane in, but we caused it,” Bennett responded. “Because we were bombing them and they told us to stop.”
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Gadhafi aide: NATO airstrike hits residential area, kills 354 civilians
More war crimes!
Muammar Gadhafi's spokesman told Reuters on Saturday that NATO air strikes on Sirte overnight had hit a residential building and a hotel, killing 354 people.
Short but to the point!
Everyone of those people had family, fathers, sons, husbands, wives. No doubt everyone of those casualties has spawned at least hundred enemies.
Let's stop this madness.
Go Ron Paul!
I've been working on this article for the last week while traveling around Denver. Started on the Amtrak last weekend, and finally sat myself down for the night to finish it. I hope this helps bring the support of women to the campaign:
She may have flawed judgment about certain issues, but she's at least honest enough to have made sound predictions of Obama in 2008 based on what he was saying and doing.
Some of us were brought into political adulthood reading Walt Kelly’s masterful creation, Pogo, the lovable character living in the Okefenokee Swamp of Georgia. From dialogue used in that comic strip, many were the quotes that attained temporary or even permanent fame, but one topped them all: “We have met the enemy and he is us.” And Kelly’s reference point was not only the environment but his belief that we are… all of us, responsible for our myriad pollution: public, private and political.
This is a good one!